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After teasing a sneak peek of the track in a Grammys commercial

Coral Morphologic and Nick León have collaborated on a new album. Coral Morphologic is the Miami duo of marine biologist Colin Foord and musician J.D. McKay. Since 2007, they have used multimedia projects to generate environmental awareness of marine biodiversity. Nick León is a linchpin of South Florida’s electronic scene, with releases for Future Times […]

The former Fifth Harmony singer has not yet revealed the release date for her new album

Canada may be in the throes of winter right now, but OSHEAGA Music and Arts Festival is here to remind us that summer isn’t far around the corner. Montréal’s beloved three-day extravaganza is set to make a triumphant return to Parc Jean Drapeau for its 17th edition, over the August 2 – 4, 2024 weekend. OSHEAGA […]

The superstar, whose “16 Carriages” also charted, is the first Black woman to reach No. 1 on the Hot Country Songs chart

Kelly Moran will release a new album next month on Warp. Moves in the Field moves away from the prepared piano techniques which defined Moran’s earlier works like 2017’s Bloodroot and her 2018 Warp debut, Ultraviolet. Instead, Moran “returns to her roots” using the natural sound of an acoustic piano. We’re told to expect a […]

Psytrance icon and ARTCORE founder Indira Paganotto, has announced her ARTCORE tour for the upcoming year that will consist of ten shows. Starting with a return to Miami Music Week, Paganotto’s first show will take place at Factory Town on March 23. Paganotto is coming off what may have been her most successful run in […]

The Roots will back Lil Wayne in a celebration of New Orleans, with Victoria Monét, Gunna, Nas, and Babyface elsewhere on the bill

Ian Nnyanzi, better known as Masaka Masaka, will release a new album on Hakuna Kulala. Growing up in Uganda, Nnyanzi cut his teeth fashioning rudimentary hip-hop beats at a friend’s studio on Makindye, a hill that overlooks Kampala, Uganda’s balmy Murchison Bay, and realized that he wanted more. “Out here, everyone seems okay to listen […]

Gladiator and Alien Covenant co-writer John Logan is writing the script for the long-teased movie

After a Nashville Democrat proposed twin resolutions celebrating the musicians’ Grammy wins, Tennessee Republicans voted to recognize Paramore but blocked the proclamation honoring Russell

The former Def Jam Recordings executive says she was defamed by Simmons’ efforts to discredit allegations

The single, made with Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker, Caroline Ailin, Danny L Harle, and Tobias Jesso Jr., gets its official release after a Grammys debut

French West Indies vocalist Karl The Voice remembered as a kindly figure whose voice animated tracks by Fred Everything, Franck Roger, Marc Cotterell, Playin 4 The City, Bob Sinclar and more.

The NYC singer and entrepreneur who gave Frankie Knuckles and Larry Levan an early gig passed away in Australia.

DJ Nigga Fox has a new album on the way. Chá Preto, a six-track LP, is a filled with “suffering and introspection” we’re told, and it signifies a shift from Nigga Fox’s dancefloor rhythms. “Beats come sparse, a very personal phraseology, the dancefloor a memory,” the Lisbon label explains. Chá Preto follows 2019 album Cartas […]

Tony Seltzer produced the New York rapper’s new single

After last year’s return of Martin Garrix‘s fan-favorite solo shows at the RAI Amsterdam, fans of the Dutch superstar can now watch his full, three-hour “IDEM” performance on YouTube. “IDEM” translates to “the same” in Latin and the concept is said to represent the “culmination of a decade-long journey” for Garrix, whose music recently surpassed a staggering 11 […]

AD 93 will release a new album from Jasmine Wood, a composer, producer, and multidisciplinary artist originally from Portland, Oregon now based in Dublin. She recorded Piano Reverb on an antique Blüthner grand piano in an empty church in Ireland. “When I first moved to Ireland I was unexpectedly met by thousands of vacant churches. […]

With his new single, “444,” Malóne debuts his self-formed label/event series, WHYNOTUS. Consider “444” a mission statement for the producer’s emerging status as a tastemaker and global representative of Miami electronic music, further solidified via the launch of WHYNOTUS. Designed to be a home for his releases, as well as those from both heavyweight talents […]